Afghan restaurant reopens June 6

Khorasan Kabob House is in a retail center at 12th Street and Garfield Avenue.

From staff reports

Khorasan Kabob House is opening next week in its new location at 12th Street and Garfield Avenue.

The Afghan eatery has invited its Facebook followers to meals this week to help work out the kinks with a new kitchen and computer system. It will open to the public Tuesday, June 6.

In October 2016, the business lost the lease to its space on West 41st Street and closed while owner and chef Arian “Abdul” Wisaal tried to find a new location. The new spot is in a retail center at 301 S. Garfield Ave. It’s three times larger than the former one. In addition to the restaurant, it houses Abdul’s Khorasan Collection of Handmade Carpets, which sells rugs made in Afghanistan and Iran.

The restaurant describes its food as southern Asian cuisine. The new menu features kabobs, biryani, khorma and other entrees with chicken, beef, lamb and fish. There are vegetarian options, and all meat is certified halal and prepared according to Islamic dietary laws.

Khorasan Kabob House will be open Tuesday through Sunday. Hours will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m., with a 10 p.m. closing Friday and Saturday.

The new space for Khorasan Kabob House and Abdul’s Khorasan Collection of Handmade Carpets is larger than the previous space.

Afghan restaurant reopens June 6

Khorasan Kabob House is opening in its new location at 12th Street and Garfield Avenue.

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